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For some time now, merger-objection and acquisition-objection litigation against buyers of companies have been on the rise. In years past, these cases often settled for not much more than additional-disclosure agreements and reimbursement of plaintiffs’ attorney fees. Some settlements, however, have involved substantial financial payments to the acquisition- and/or merger-objecting plaintiffs to resolve their inadequate-consideration, also known as “bump up,&rdquo